A free bus fare incentive for staff getting to and from Hawke’s Bay Hospital and Napier Health will kick off from 10 July, Hawke’s Bay District Health Board.
Unless it’s an emergency, people are asked to seek medical care from their family doctor, medical centre, pharmacy or to call Healthline.
Hawke’s Bay District Health Board welcomed the Government Inquiry findings released today as an important step toward restoring the community’s confidence
Hawke’s Bay health officials are seeing an increase in Whooping Cough (Pertussis) which poses serious risks for babies and children.
HDC has issued a Boil Water notice to residents who take their water from the Hastings District Council Esk water supply, Esk Ridge and Kanuka Cliffs
People are encouraged to visit their doctor or health professional prior to the public holiday period to update medical prescriptions or get a check-up
Hawke’s Bay District Health Board is continuing to warn the public not to swim, collect shellfish for consumption, or undertake any other water based recreation
Hawke’s Bay District Health Board is continuing to warn people to avoid all contact with water from Ahuriri Estuary after verification the water is contaminated
Increased levels of e.coli in the Porangahau Lagoon this week people warned of the risks associated with gathering cockles from the area
People are being warned not to swim in Waipatiki Lagoon due to contamination.
Hawke’s Bay District Health Board’s investment into offering free bus fares for people attending outpatient appointments is already making an impact.
Water test results from Lake Tūtira have confirmed a cyanobacteria bloom on the lake.
Paid parking to be introduced at Hawke's Bay Fallen Soldier’s Memorial and Corporate Office site in Hastings from 1 March
With Waitangi Day celebrations and Hawke’s Bay Art Deco weekend drawing near, health authorities are warning people to drink plenty of water, and choose well.
Hawke’s Bay District Health Board and Napier City Council have agreed chlorination of the Enfield Road Reservoir that supplies much of Napier is necessary.
Gastro costs to Hawke’s Bay District Health Board were approaching $766,000 as at December 2016.
People are being warned not to swim at popular spots Patangata, Horseshoe Bend and Red Bridge in the Tukituki River.
Hawke’s Bay’s soaring temperatures is affecting many elderly and vulnerable residents who are becoming dehydrated and suffering medical events as a result.
Hawke’s Bay DHB is reminding people to take care around streams, rivers and lakes following the detection of algal blooms at three Tukituki river sites.
Hospital services will be severely impacted due to next week's planned three-day national strike by junior doctors.